Planning Your Wedding in Worcestershire?
If you’re getting married in Worcestershire then welcome!
We are Rob & Sarah Gillespie, husband-and-wife photographers based near Birmingham in the heart of the Midlands. We have photographed weddings in and around Worcestershire for more than 10 years and are known for our stylish, heartfelt and natural wedding photography.
We photograph weddings together as a pair as standard, usually from the morning preps all the way through the day to the first dance and beyond.
Our Favourite Worcestershire Wedding Venues
Just a short drive from Worcester, the Stanbrook Abbey Hotel boasts large and beautiful grounds and a mixture of modern and original Victorian architecture.
The venue is centred around the Callow Great Hall which makes for a truly stunning location for a civil wedding ceremony.
Located on the edge of Bromsgrove, Avoncroft always holds a special place in our hearts as it’s the venue we chose for our own wedding 2011.
Brimming with history, Avoncroft provides some of the best photo locations in Worcestershire.
Nestled into the Malvern Hills, Malvern College has a choice of buildings and spaces available for weddings and extensive and wonderfully maintained grounds.
Situated mid-way between Bromsgrove and Kidderminster, the wonderful Brockencote Hall exudes class, with beautiful grounds and superb food.
The iconic stately home located between Bromsgrove and Stourbridge, set in 350 acres of landscaped grounds.
Located just outside Bromsgrove, Redhouse barn is an independent wedding venue with an intimate and homely feel.
SPRING GROVE HOUSE
Just outside Bewdley, Spring Grove House is located in the heart of the West Midlands Safari Park.
OLD RECTORY HOUSE
Located in the quiet Redditch suburb of Ipsley, Old Rectory House is an intimate and cosy venue.
We’ve also photographed weddings at many Worcestershire churches including Hanbury church, St Ambrose Roman Catholic church in Kidderminster, St Peter’s church Astley, St Stephen’s church Worcester, St Bartholomew’s church Tardebigge and St Leonard’s church Clent.